In a First, Judge Finds Teacher's Colorado High Doesn't Count in Texas

January 20, 2017

After Maryam Roland, a public high school teacher in Ysleta, in El Paso, tested positive for marijuana use in 2015, the State Board for Educator Certification sought to suspend her license for two years. In her defense, Roland argued that because she'd smoked the pot during a vacation in Colorado, where the drug has been legal for recreational use since 2013, she had done nothing wrong. Continue reading on MyStatesMan.

 

 

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